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to the explosion christine conley joins us live with more on their experience as they rushed to the scene last thursday. christine. >> more than 201st responders rush to the scene on thursday and emergency personnel have been here ever since. live you can see pg&e crews still trying to restore power, he sees several crews running on lines. as we as a man were going to show you the crater that was created by the explosion in the meantime emergency personnel continuing to go through the rubble and also surged and continue their investigation. the rest of the street, you can see this church that's been set up as a place for emergency personnel to get food and take a rest. for the rover in this parking lot you can see the trend center that's been set up for emergency personnel as well. for the first time were starting to hear from some of the first responders. we talked to the captain with the san bruno fire department here's his story. >> this fireball's the sound, the noise of it was deafening and very loud. it sounded very much like it could of been a jet airplane engine still running. as we to
in the month of march. this is what pg&e had hay to say. >> what we use is equipment that in essence detects the presence of gas on the line. so that is what we mean by a gas leak and it is literally walked by an employee with equipment. again, looking for the presence of gas and accessible locations. we will use the air patrol to look for the indications. and now with the findings, or across that line for that as part of the ntsb investigation. and i cannot share of that particular finding. >> now, you can see what pg&e is asked to required to do and with high priority to high-pressure pipelines, and high populated areas like san bruno. also, to preserve all records from the explosion and to report a much money they are spending on safety/replacement of pipelines. three different transmission lines, and this down the peninsula, one of these is up the pressure on these lines to the peninsula has been reduced by 10 percent. we asked pg&e what exactly they are going to do and what is the plan for this inspection. they said they cannot reveal that, and they're putting together that plan togethe
rig kron 4 jeff bush joins us live from the scene. jeff. >> it's a tragic accident as you mentioned a high school student was in a bmw traveling this way. let's take a look at the st. nevada boulevard on the west side of town. it's a blind curve they're still investigating the scene the car involved that the students were driving in crashed as it turned around the blind corner. that's when the car crashed into a big rig. >> the crash happened just before noon a bmw with five people in it where traveling westbound police say the car was traveling at an estimated speed witnesses f the car lost control going around the corner and spun out in the path of a big rig carrying a load of cattle which was traveling in the opposite direction. the rig in the car collided in the bmw was knocked into a nearby field. if one of the occupants died instantly at the scene to others were transported to the hospital by helicopter and the other two were carried off an ambulance. the occupants of the bmw, are all high-school age would to novato high. officers say in addition to speed up call might of been
houses for any casualties. there using search dogs to do this. earlier this morning at a news conference the indicated that they were only able to check 75% of homes the of their 25% of the homes were too hot to enter. if were expecting a news conference coming up at 5:00 today and we will find out whether not those homes have cooled off all and is in fact they've been able to make it into those other 25 percent homes. one other no will last talked you have asked us if there were any natural gas bills in the transmission line. we check back with pg&e they said no and the so that as of 9:00 this morning all the gas had dissipated. once it could stop the transmission line of both sides the flow of the distribution line there's still some residual gas and the blind they said essentially that all burned off. at one point was all gone i don't have the time for that but at least as of 9:00 a.m. this morning all of that was gone. we're waiting to news conference single which will be taking place down there at 430 from the ntsb and they're going to be looking into the cause of this fire. they're
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